Don’t just reheat leftover chicken, stir-fry it up with some frozen vegetables (the ones you have hiding
in your freezer) for a super-fast weeknight meal. We don’t call this recipe “snappy” for nothing. —Healthy Cooking Test Kitchen
When minutes matter, Evelyn Plyler of Apple Valley, California, stirs up this tasty skillet supper. “This easy stir-fry is great on a busy night,” she writes. “For a chance, you can add or substitute other vegetables.”
Seasoned with just the right amount of ginger, this colorful and classic stir-fry is a quick favorite of Tracy Youngman in Post Falls, Idaho. “I got the recipe from my best friend after she made it for me years ago,“ Tracy recalls. “I loved it then…and still do!“
This healthful stir-fry recipe is a family favorite. I've used a variety of meats and apples and sometimes replace the green onion with yellow onion. No matter what tweaks I make, it always tastes great. —Brittany McCloud, Kenyon, MN
I first tasted this yummy dish at our friends' home. I immediately asked for the recipe, and we've enjoyed it ever since. But we call it "favorite chicken" at our house! —Lori Burtenshaw, Terreton, Idaho
"A wonderful blend of fruity flavors with just the right touch of ginger makes this fabulous stir-fry dish a winner with our family," writes Jill Cox of Lincoln, Nebraska. "I came up with the recipe one night while experimenting with ways to do something new with beef strips!"
“With its flavorful ginger sauce and fresh vegetables, this tasty dish is a favorite,” says Phyllis Smith of Chimacum, Washington. “I get rave reviews every time I serve it, and it doesn’t bother my husband’s food allergies.”
Jo Ann Erpelding of Canton, Michigan shares this super stir-fry with a twist. Water chestnuts bring a slight crunch to the tender pork and veggies, while apple pie filling lends a complementary sweetness.
Red currant jelly gives this traditional Chinese dish from Joanne Albers of Garden Grove, California a tangy kick. Your family will love it for a quick weeknight meal and guests will be thrilled when you serve it for special occasions.
Citrusy sweet-and-sour sauce coats strips of tender pork, crispy pepper and ramen noodles in the speedy stir-fry Diane Shipley fixes at home in Concord, Ohio. For extra kick, shake on some red pepper flakes!